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Sefton Park Palm House near Liverpool is an octagonal, 3 tiered, Grade II* listed Victorian glasshouse displaying plants from around the world. Open to the public 7 days a week.

Victorian glasshouse to host grand fundraising dinner and art auction this Saturday to raise funds for the Liverpool International Plant Collection

Sefton Park Palm House to host fundraising event for rare plant collection

28 top Liverpool tourist attractions - Liverpool EchoThe Palm House in Sefton Park,

Stanley Park, between Anfield and Goodison

Club seeking permission to incorporate eight exclusive apartments within extended Anfield Road stand

Newsham Park Hospital which has now gone up for sale. Photo by Colin Lane

37 eerie photos inside former Newsham Park Hospital

Newsham Park Hospital which has now gone up for sale. Photo by Colin Lane

Sefton Park is arguably one of the best known Merseyside parks and is greatly loved by locals. Enjoy a walk around the lake, sit for a picnic on the grass,  or even feed the ducks! This iconic Liverpool park is the place to be when the sun is out.

Sefton Park is arguably one of the best known Merseyside parks and is greatly loved by locals. Enjoy a walk around the lake, sit for a picnic on the grass, or even feed the ducks! This iconic Liverpool park is the place to be when the sun is out.

The Trigonometrical Plan of the Town and Port of Liverpool including the Environs of Edge Hill & Toxteth Park Kirkdale Everton Low Hill from Actual Survey. | Sanders of Oxford

The Trigonometrical Plan of the Town and Port of Liverpool including the Environs of Edge Hill & Toxteth Park Kirkdale Everton Low Hill from Actual Survey.

Hidden parks and gardens in LIverpool

Make the most of the sun in one of Liverpool's hidden gardens

evening sun has the Midas touch

Walton Hall Park in Walton, Liverpool, England is a 130-acre park. It was opened to the public on July 18, 1934 by King George V when he visited Liverpool to open the Queensway Tunnel.

Walton Hall Park in Walton, Liverpool, England is a park. It was opened to the public on July 1934 by King George V when he visited Liverpool to open the Queensway Tunnel.

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